Job: Travel Editor, Fodor’s

Set out for unknown shores

Set out for unknown shores

Oooooooh, this looks good, don’t it? Found this via a Simply Hired job alert (LOVE SimplyHired; it aggregates all the best job listings, and the support staff is awesome).

Your challenge:
Fodor’s Travel seeks an Editor to join the editorial team. This position reports to the Editorial Director. You will launch updates for 7 to 10 guidebooks a year; find and hire writers; edit copy and oversee editorial freelancers; and review book passes. Other requirements include: strong researching and communication skills; understanding of the requirements of multi-platform content; participation in social media; representing Fodor’s at relevant events.

Your profile:
Ideal candidate will have a minimum of 4 years editorial experience. Salary and title will be commensurate with experience. Individual must be at once detail-oriented and able to keep an eye on the big picture; proficient with writing, grammar and punctuation; passionate about travel; and possess 4 years experience with guidebooks. Excellent editorial skills and the ability to multitask efficiently are mandatory. Experience finding and hiring writers is desirable.

About our company:
Random House, Inc. is the world’s largest general trade book publisher. It is a division of Bertelsmann AG, one of the foremost media companies in the world.

All applicants must submit along with their resume a letter detailing their travel experience and why Fodor’s is of interest.

Submit application to:
Please apply using our online application process.

http://www.randomhouse.com

Selah.

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2 thoughts on “Job: Travel Editor, Fodor’s

  1. Indeed seems to find more jobs than SimplyHired. There is no shortage of new job sits. Bright and Path are two ‘trendy’ ones according to my Twitter feeds…

    • I’ve worked with Simply Hired for at least five years. They got me my first paid blogging job. They are excellent or I wouldn’t recommend them. I don’t care what’s trendy; I care what works.

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